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re·line

 (rē-līn′)
tr.v. re·lined, re·lin·ing, re·lines
1. To make new lines on.
2. To put a new lining in.

reline

(ˌriːˈlaɪn)
vb (tr)
to add a new lining to

reline


Past participle: relined
Gerund: relining

Imperative
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Present
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he/she/it relines
we reline
you reline
they reline
Preterite
I relined
you relined
he/she/it relined
we relined
you relined
they relined
Present Continuous
I am relining
you are relining
he/she/it is relining
we are relining
you are relining
they are relining
Present Perfect
I have relined
you have relined
he/she/it has relined
we have relined
you have relined
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Past Continuous
I was relining
you were relining
he/she/it was relining
we were relining
you were relining
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Past Perfect
I had relined
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he/she/it had relined
we had relined
you had relined
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Future
I will reline
you will reline
he/she/it will reline
we will reline
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Future Perfect
I will have relined
you will have relined
he/she/it will have relined
we will have relined
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Future Continuous
I will be relining
you will be relining
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Present Perfect Continuous
I have been relining
you have been relining
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we have been relining
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Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been relining
you will have been relining
he/she/it will have been relining
we will have been relining
you will have been relining
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Past Perfect Continuous
I had been relining
you had been relining
he/she/it had been relining
we had been relining
you had been relining
they had been relining
Conditional
I would reline
you would reline
he/she/it would reline
we would reline
you would reline
they would reline
Past Conditional
I would have relined
you would have relined
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we would have relined
you would have relined
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.reline - provide with a new lining; "the old fur coat must be relined"
line - cover the interior of; "line the gloves"; "line a chimney"
2.reline - put new lines on; "reline the paper"
line - mark with lines; "sorrow had lined his face"
Translations

reline

[ˈriːˈlaɪn] VTreforrar, poner nuevo forro a

reline

vt coat, jacketneu füttern; brakesneu belegen

reline

[ˌriːˈlaɪn] vt (coat, jacket) → rifare la fodera a; (brakes) → cambiare or sostituire le guarnizioni di
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